Cold Rain & Snow, Wang Dang Doodle, Loser, Memphis Blues, Broken Arrow, Way To Go Home, Johnny B. Goode
Drums*-> Iko Iko, Corinna-> Lazy River Road, Playin' In The Band-> Drums**-> Jam**-> The Other One***-> Stella Blue***-> Turn On Your Love Light***, E: Brokedown Palace
*Mardi Gras Parade with Sikiru and Delgado Coleman **with Ornette Coleman and Graham Wiggins. ***With Ornette Coleman. Mardi Gras show - Ornette Coleman and Primetime Opened. Jerry played on Ornette Coleman's last song in his set.
November 2, 2017 Subject:
Cold Rain, Not Phasing... It's Phil
If you listen closely, there is no phasing on Jerry's vocal. I was at this show. Check out the difference between the Sbd and the Aud recordings separately... the Aud recordings highlight just how much Phil was turned up in the mix with this fantastic, bouncy tone. That seems to screw up the matrix a little for one track, but I tell ya.... it was awesome to be there.
This was a tremendous show, an incredibly heavy show, a very serious show, and a total mindfuck of a show. 10 stars and lots of therapy. Rock and roll!
Franklin's Towel -
July 5, 2017 Subject:
Good Lord njpg
1993 is not unjustly dismissed, it is quite commonly known as the last consistent year of Garcia's guitar playing to people who care.
February 24, 2017 Subject:
Mismatched source timing is a problem in Cold Rain & Snow, making it sound like a slap-back delay effect has been added. When you're making a matrix, you gotta sync up the recordings; it doesn't seem to be a problem on other tracks here, though.
One of the biggest reasons audience tapes are so popular is because of the digital keyboards and, by this period, the digital effects, making everybody's nervous systems ache. So a post-92 soundboard does benefit a lot from a good matrix treatment to warm it up.
Really sweet show. 1993 is unjustly dismissed by many deadheads, but it was one of the years the band was at its best jam-wise, and Garcia's last really good year.